LucidShape Lite is a flexible tool for the display, analysis and manipulation of light data. Simulation results or goniometer measurements of real lighting fixtures can be viewed, edited and converted. LucidShape Lite includes a subset of LucidShape's powerful optical design functionality. LucidShape Lite is for designers who frequently work with light data, but do not need all of LucidShape's broad geometric design and simulation capabilities.
Luminous Intensity Distribution (LID) File Types
Native CAL software formats
Besides static 2D data, LucidShape Lite can also operate on higher-dimensional data like dynamic beam patterns for adaptive front lighting (AFS) and BSDF data or luminous intensities over a wavelength range. Access to individual data layers is easy to handle, and whole data sets may be dynamically displayed as animated sequences.
LucidShape Lite contains hundreds of test tables, enabling your light data to be checked against all sorts of international or regional regulations. You may also create individual test tables to perform qualitative light data examinations.
LucidShape Lite contains hundreds of test tables, enabling your light data to be checked against international or regional regulations. You may also create individual test tables to perform qualitative light data examinations.
LucidShape Lite offers a broad range of functions and operations for your light data. For example, you can subtract two light distibutions to examine their similarities and differences. Another application is to smooth results for better real time simulations, or to mirror the results for left-hand traffic.
Comparison of measured and simulated data by LID subtraction
Comparison of US and European beam patterns with bird's eye view
The LID editor is a unique tool to build luminous intensity distributions as a combined sum of existing light data files. In the combined sum, each component my be freely shifted, rotated, scaled or mirrored. To build 3D beam patterns, you can move or blend components. Such theoretical AFS beam patterns can be loaded into LucidDrive to simulate AFS drives.
Combination of individual LED modules forming the beam pattern of an LED headlamp